Coatings Inspection, Remediation & Application

To ensure the effectiveness of any protective coatings system, proper surface preparation is paramount.

With an unrivalled reputation for providing flexible, rapid and reliable methods of accessing the work site, Vertech provide combined access and coatings solutions for fabric maintenance services which include:

  • Low dust, dry abrasive blasting
  • Ultra-high pressure water jetting
  • Conventional dry abrasive blasting
  • Concrete repairs / grouting
  • Stainless steel passivation
  • Cryogenic insulation removal, reinstatement and remediation
  • Certified passive fire protection application
  • Composite wrap installation
  •  Lead/chromate paint removal

Vertech’s coatings inspectors can provide third party verification services to assure clients that the parameters required for the application of a coatings system has been followed. We also provide inspection services to quantify the condition of existing coatings.

  • Close Visual Inspection (CVI)
  • Coating / insulation condition surveys
  • Dry Film Thickness (DFT) Surveys
  • HV Continuity testing (holiday testing)
  • Non Visible surface contaminant testing for PH, Chlorides, Ferrous Ions, Sulphates & Nitrates
Latest News

Vertech and Geo Oceans are proud to be exhibiting with the Northern territories delegation at Pacific 2017 in Sydney.

As the only comprehensive international exhibition of its kind in the Asia Pacific region, PACIFIC 2017 provides the ideal showcase for maritime and naval defence industries to promote their capabilities to decision makers from around the world. Come by and check out our stand and the expo as a whole...

Wednesday 4th October 2017

Vertech NZ announce extension to Master Service Agreement with MODEC Management Services

Vertech NZ is very proud to announce a two year extension to our Master Service Agreement with MODEC Management Services for the provision of Inspection, Testing and Rope Access services across assets in the Maari oil field which is located 80 kilometres off the coast of South Taranaki, New Zealand...

Tuesday 19th September 2017